Cadillac

Cadillac is the luxury arm of General Motors and over the past few years, this premium brand has returned to glory as one of the best luxury brands in the world. New models like the ELR and ATS have helped to bring new interest to the brand from new segments while the new XTS and redesigned CTS allow Cadillac to be a top competitor throughout the US market.
2020 Cadillac CT V-Series front view

2020 Cadillac CT4 V-Series: Masculine Design and Good Time in The Interior

Cadillac's sedan lineup is changing. The CTS gives way to the CT5, and the ATS to the CT4. The latter is first revealed in its sportiest version, the CT4-V, in order to show its anchoring in the premium market. It will nevertheless be necessary to confirm subsequently the level of difference between the ATS and the CT4 which seem to remain very close.
2022 Cadillac Lyriq

2022 Cadillac Lyriq: A Nice Looking Car, But Too Little Too Late To Sell

GM and Cadillac have some great engineers and designers, but their product planners and marketing teams seem to be clueless. I like the recently revealed 2022 Cadillac Lyriq's styling, plus they have very cool technology shown, combined with a beautiful interior design. Which are all hallmarks of Cadillac’s best selling traits. But looking at a 2022 release, the Cadillac Lyric looks to be providing too little, too late.
2019 Cadillac CT6 Sport Black color

The Truth Behind a Cadillac Engine that Doesn’t Fit in Any Other Cadillac Car

It’s 2020, and we are back to the fate of Cadillac’s flagship, the CT6, and if its Cadillac sourced power plant, the now legendary Blackwing can also be spared from the chopping block. Sure enough in GM fashion, the engine doesn’t fit in any other Cadillacs. This is problem over at GM they also have with electromobility. I explain.
Cadillac Cien concept car could be a nice EV supercar

The 2020 Midengine Corvette Stingray could Provide a Perfect Platform for an Electric Cadillac Supercar

In 2002, Cadillac celebrated 100 years of building cars by building a special mid-engine, supercar concept car: the Cien. Now 17 years after the Cien concept's unveiling, Cadillac could actually realize the dream of the Cien concept using the mid-engine 2020 Corvette Stingray as it's core platform.
2019 Cadillac Escalade Front

How will the Cadillac Escalade stay GM's profit leader with their promise of an EV future

A big SUEV like a Cadillac Escalade EV would sell really well under the Cadillac banner, but just like Tesla's Maxwell battery initiative, GM also needs to come up with some revolutionary EV battery initiative of their own to get head of competition. Producing an affordable EV battery will be a decisive factor in taking electric cars to the next generation.
2019 Cadillac CT6-V Rear

Cadillac CT6 and Chevrolet Impala Production Extended to 2020

The Cadillac CT6 and Chevrolet Impala were expected to be discontinued when production of the 2019 model year vehicles ended this summer, but General Motors has decided to continue production of both large sedans through the 2020 build cycle – keeping workers at the Detroit Hamtramck Assembly Plant busy for at least another year.
The 1964 Chrysler Imperial Crown Ghia and a sample of the Luxury Brands

The Cadillac XT6-Gate Debate: Luxury Car Brands: Are They Even Needed Anymore In the Age of Car Sharing, RoboTaxis, and Autonomy?

ANALYSIS AND OPINION: It’s not looking too good in the public relations arena for Cadillac and GM when the national, now world conversation nows turns toward questioning the existence of luxury car brands after the Cadillac XT6-Gate GM Debacle. Aston Martin’s CEO weighed in with the XT6-Gate to establish six ultra brands, and none of the ones below it like Cadillac will surpass them. But let’s be clear: XT6-Gate is an American problem, not a European one.
Cadillac Escala Concept, XT6, and the President’s State Car via GM press Room

The Cadillac XT6-Gate Debacle, the “Lead Brand” Stumble, and the Solutions: What Now to Do Moving Forward

ANALYSIS AND OPINION: While GM didn’t strike an iceberg like Titanic with the recent Cadillac XT6-Gate Roll Out, XT6’s Super Cruise “Radio Delete” from the options list Gaffe, and Caddy’s the ”Lead Brand” Announcement Kerfuffle with no Caddy BEV for three years, it certainly ran into the reefs too quickly like the Costa Concordia. Although it isn’t a massive blockbusting disaster, it is a serious debacle that needs some changes. And they better do it soon.
A Cadillac Goin at it with Tesla, a 2022 Concept and the New XT6 CUV

With 3 New Gas CUVs on Sale and No BEV Until 2022, Cadillac Proclaims Itself King of Electric with an Announcement That Really Anoints Tesla as Lead Luxury Brand

ANALYSIS AND OPINION: GM President Mark Reuss’ recent announcement of putting Cadillac as the lead brand against Tesla helped everything else but Cadillac. Cadillac just put their third gas CUV into their portfolio right after this announcement! A real all electric car company doesn’t do that! To be taken seriously by anyone you have to be reliable and believable, and that means having honesty, and to be honest, starting with yourself, you have to believe in yourself. Who’s fooling who?
Mid-Engine Corvette Race Car Testing

Mid-Engine Chevrolet Corvette Will Not Debut Next Month in Detroit

A new report with input from General Motors has stated that the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette will not make its grand debut at next month’s 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit – meaning that we will all be waiting even longer for what could be the next generation of the legendary American sports car.
2017 Cadillac CT6 Low Front Corner

Cadillac to Discontinue CT6 after 2019, Twin Turbo V8 Still Coming

After announcing earlier this week that the Detroit Hamtramck plant where the Cadillac CT6 is built would be “unallocated” sometime next year, the company has confirmed that the CT6 will be discontinued after 2019, but before it races off into the sunset, the twin turbo V8-powered CT6-V will reach showrooms.
Cadillac wagons over the years: Escalade, SRX, CTS, 1959 Hearse

Twenty Years of Cadillac Escalade: A Vision of the Future, with Lessons, a Nod Toward the Past

It was around this time twenty years ago that the now legendary Cadillac Escalade started hauling the ruling class and celebritydom on the streets of the big American cities as if they were elegant stage coaches of the Victorian or Edwardian Eras over 100 years ago. So after reading a story about the disastrous 2009 hybrid I decided to do a flashback ode to the iconic 20th century truck that lives on today.

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